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Small Arms Survey 2011

The Small Arms Survey 2011: States of Security considers the growth of the private security industry and its firearms holdings worldwide; private security use by multinational corporations; emerging weapons technology ; and legislative controls over civilian possession of firearms. Case studies provide original research on ongoing security challenges in Côte d’Ivoire, Haiti, and Madagascar. This edition also presents the 2011 Small Arms Trade Transparency Barometer, an estimate of the annual authorized trade in light weapons, and reviews developments related to small arms control at the United Nations.

   

About the Small Arms Survey Project

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About the Small Arms Survey 2011

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Press Release

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Introduction

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Chapter 1. Larger but Less Known: Authorized Light Weapons Transfers

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  • Annexe 1.3: Methodology, Download (148.38 KB)
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Chapter 2. Fact or Fiction? The UN Small Arms Process

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Chapter 3. Procurement and Policy: Police Use of Emerging Weapons Technology

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Chapter 4. A Booming Business: Private Security and Small Arms

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Chapter 5. Protected but Exposed: Multinationals and Private Security

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Chapter 6. Ethos of Exploitation: Insecurity and Predation in Madagascar

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Chapter 7. Reforming the Ranks: Public Security in a Divided Côte d'Ivoire

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Chapter 8. Securing the State: Haiti Before and After the Earthquake

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Chapter 9. Balancing Acts: Regulation of Civilian Firearm Possession

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Index

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